Edmonton is about to make an important decision on how recreational cannabis will be sold in the city.
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The Edmonton Design Committee has rejected new plans for the Holyrood Gardens redevelopment, saying they require a “fundamental redesign.”
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Whether Edmonton’s summer fling last year with Accidental Beach could mature into a serious, permanent relationship will be the topic of discussion at next week’s executive committee meeting.
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Home prices in Calgary and Edmonton remained fairly stable in April compared to a year ago, according to data released on Tuesday by the Canadian Real Estate Association.
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Bonnie Doon and other malls along new LRT routes offer strong redevelopment possibilities, but the companies involved will need money and patience, a commercial real estate specialist says.
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It’s been an eye-sore near downtown for too long, but now something is being a done about it.
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The prime minister, and the ministers of transportation and infrastructure were on hand Tuesday to announce a funding commitment to help pay for an underpass at the 50 Street rail crossing.
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Scott Wright is thinking of selling his backyard.
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Calgary’s International Fitness Holdings Inc. announced Monday it has bought World Health Edmonton.
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Edmonton wants to hear big ideas for how to redevelop the Northlands site but one longtime member of the community is warning the approach by officials has likely limited what they’ll hear.
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